I'm doing a research paper for my english class over a job that interest me, and I've always wanted to be a tattoo designer, but I'm not quite sure where to look for the info that I need, anyone that can help?
I am a 15 1/2 year old girl. I have so many goals that I want to accomplish. One of them includes becoming a tattoo artist. How do you become a successful tattoo artist?? I am good at drawing. Like, I can only draw something, if I have a picture right in front of me. I'm kinda like a visual artist. I'm not good at coloring inside the lines though. Please help!!!
Thank You :P
I don't want any large tattoos and they're wouldn't so visible (unless in a bikini). Would they limit my chances of becoming a fashion model though?
Hi there, I'm 13 in 8th grade and I really want to become a video game designer. But I'm very bad at mathematics and I don't think it might come true even though I really want to. What other jobs can I get to actually earn a good living and have a good life instead of beign soem street bum if I don't get to become a video game designer? Please help and if you can provide a list that would be fine too.
I'm currently a 16 year old but I feel that if I want to make myself get somewhere in the future I need to think about it while I have the opportunities all handed to me within school and outside of school.
I have a massive passion in the arts and I have always wanted to do something within Design mainly within tattooing although I don't want to be the tattoo artist but a designer for the tattoos themselves.
I'll tell you a few of the ideas I had:
I wanted to stay in school doing my subjects which are
Then when done with that I wanted to possibly go back for one more year and complete the following subjects
Then get into a university for Media arts and do my own study of business on the side lines
My media arts course would take 3-4 years so I would have completed that by the time I am 23.
Then I would want to try find an apprenticeship over seas in a tattoo parlor then work my way up into owning my own business and gradually work my way up into have lots of my own stores all over the world then move on from that into magazine work for things like Tattooing and Piercing.
Or I was thinking of just becoming an animation artist (:
Does my tattooing idea sound good? or should I stick to something more simple?I
Is it also possible and what are some other jobs you think would suit what I want to do?
I know I want to do something associated with drawing or painting, but I don't know what options are out there aside from teaching. I would love to be a tattoo artist, but it isn't exactly the classier type of job i had in mind. Id like something I could make a living doing and enjoy doing it. What are some career opportunities in art?
I want to have tattoos on my hands, neck, and face. But I want to make at least 60k a year. What should I do? If I need a degree thats fine too.
I want to go to college and earn a career that allows me to work for a music label... What kind of jobs are in the music industry that would let me do that?
Specifically, I want to study and get a job that would allow me to work personally with bands.
Is that even possible?
I have half an inch and I plan much more
I also want a good job with good money, I relize that service industry's won't take that sorta thing but...is there any jobs that make great money, that allows me to make my own decisions about my body?
Also; if you can answer the best way to find a full time job with benefits in the arts, all the better. That is my field.
Ok I was thinking about finding work selling my artwork to tattoo artists or something. I draw in an ink style which is similar to tattoo work. I was thinking about doing this because my art teacher mentioned it to me because I told her I wasn't sure if I wanted to go to college. Could someone please help me or give me some advice? I would really appreciate it.
I'm almost 16 I have peircings and gauges. I have my own style though and I'd like to be a fashion designer or suicide girl. My aunt and uncle keep telling me I'm gonna go overboard but we have two different definitions of overboard which irritates me :/ most fashion designers express themselves there own ways right? So why can't I? But wat jobs would I be able to get?
I want to know, like... Don't tell me there are none, I know there is an answer, and that's all I want. Nothing else.
I'm talking about real careers, like:
Business Manager, etc..
I have gauged ears, pierced lip, a tattoo on my wrist, tattoo on my neck and a tattoo on my inner bicep. The tattoo on my neck is a rather small one. It's about 3 inches tall and 1 1/2 inches thick.
I want to know, what jobs can I look at actually getting, no matter what type of education you have to go through, but I imagine jobs like a security guard or social worker, you can't have that type of stuff. At least not the lip ring. but what kind of jobs do you think I could actually get if I got the proper education?
Hey I have a talent in drawing like I'm defiantly not amazing but I'm pretty good (not being full of myself) and I was wondering what jobs are out there for it and what I would have to do to get a job as a designer or artist? Keep in mind I am only 14 and I have a long way to go
I'm only 12 right now, but I want to get lots of tattoos and piercings when I'm older. But, I would not like them to get in the way of having a high paying job/profession.
So, if I was going to go into Computer Graphics Designing, would a place hire me if I had a tongue piercing, lip rings, medium sized gauged ears, and wrist tattoos?
I want to get 1 bird tattooed on each of my wrists. I'm a professional writing and editing major with a concentration in web communications. Do you think getting tattoos on my wrists would effect the chances of me getting hired as a:
I should have probably mentioned that these would be my inner wrists.
Like i am really good at drawing, its my only talent and well I really want to own my own boutiques and sale paintings I do in the boutique. I want to have more options just incase that doesn't work out. Thanks so much!
So basically I'll be drawing up designs for a t-shirt brand. The tees would probably sell for about £13 each, and the drawing would be quite big and detailed. I would like to arrange it so I'll get one payment for the design itself, then the company can print as many as they want (obviously credit goes to me). I'm just not sure how much to charge considering after I've had my payment, the company would continue to make money for every shirt sold, plus after they re-stock.
I've sold art before, but they were tattoo designs which are quite easy to value, but obviously I'm going to charge more because the company would be making profit from my work.
Anyone have any ideas (artists, graphic designers etc, any help would be greatly appreciated). Thanks in advance.
I've been hired to do a few t-shirt designs for a new clothing company. I was wondering how much I could ask for without being unreasonable (as a percentage of profit)
See, I really want to be a tattoo artist, I love art, its my life. But I need a good job I can go to school for. They don't exactly have Tattooing 101. I need a backup job to make sure I'm not constantly in a rut with money, working in a dead-end job.
I have no desire for being a teacher or graphic designer.